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  • Being Awareness be interested in Awareness alone and nothing else. Than you remain Aware as Awareness itself
    Alon Halel Geva
  • How to begin then? Perhaps by listening to the silence behind all the noise around you right now, then observing yourself from your heart in the same fashion... Let silence in. I'm not trying to get you to believe anything, only encourage you to look from your truest self and recognise what is real for yourself. It is as it is.
    John Siddique
  • Stop being so easily transfixed by the continual lies of a mind, truly non-existent outside of the very words and language which contain it!
    John Grenafege
  • Mystery is the only certainty. Beyond belief, beyond doubt. Mystery is not ignorance, nor is it naiveté. It is not confusion, nor is it ‘hedging one’s bets’. It is absolute groundedness, wonder, childlike simplicity. Mystery is indestructible. It is not knowing…. and in that, knowing everything you need to know.
    Jeff Foster
  • The realization of the "I am" is an advanced realization and many will stop here to enjoy living as the universal beingness. Only very few rare ones keep going past his lofty state and come to realize that even beingness is still a form of duality. This is sometime called the “The Great Death” or even "The Great Suicide" because to move past this stage, we need to give up the high identity as the universal "I am" and surrender to the final and terrifying realization that “there is nothing”. This “nothing” is not an absence but a “something” which is not a thing, pure awareness unaware of Itself. This is the only ultimate reality, the final step.
    Enza Vita
  • When we simplify our lifestyle we amplify our life experience.
    Richi
  • The end of all spiritual experiences is simply to be.
    Nick Roach
  • Nobody has the power to allow this moment. The good news is that this moment is already allowed to be exactly as it is, whether ‘you’ like it or not. True freedom lies nowhere else but in the ‘suchness’ of this moment, the fragrance of the here and now.
    Jeff Foster
  • Review: TIM WHEATER, SOUND HEALING PIONEER & COMPOSER TRACEY ASH SHARES HER DEEP PASSION AND INSIGHT IN A REMARKABLE BOOK. WHAT A GIFT TO THE PLANET.FULL OF EXTRAORDINARY DETAIL AND RESEARCH, HER WORDS GUIDE THE LISTENER ON AN AMAZING JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY. THE SCIENTIFIC DATA RELATING TO THE PROFOUND EFFECTS OF MEDITATION IS A WONDERFUL RESOURCE FOR THE READER. IT IS A SEMINAL BOOK WRITTEN TO INSPIRE AND RALLY CHANGE IN BOTH THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE WORLD.
    TRACEY ASH
  • 'Inviting inquiry into the nature of reality'
    Karen Richards
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